What You Should Know
FatStat is a weight loss supplement created by Quantum Nutrition Center, a lab that is dedicated to creating non-toxic supplements of all kinds. FatStat is marketed as a mild thermogenic that will promote steady, long-term weight loss without unpleasant side effects. The supplement is said to be used for stubborn fat pockets as well as for thin people who are carrying around “toxic fat”. The supplement is sold through a variety of online retailers, although we were unable to find a product website specifically devoted to FatStat. The company website, Quantum, provided very little information about the product either.
FatStat is said to stimulate efficient fat burning without the use of dangerous stimulants like ephedra. While we like the idea of an effective fat burner in a weight loss supplement, we find that these substances are even more effective when combined with a proven appetite suppressant. We will take a closer look at the formula in FatStat to see if it combines both for the greatest benefit.
Guarana, garcinia, chrysin, citrus pectin, noni, nopal cactus, turmeric, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), bitter melon, green tea and natto kinese.
We are concerned about the rather long ingredient list, since too many substances in a single formula can cut down on the effectiveness of the active ingredients. However, we will look at some of the individual ingredients to see just how much punch they might provide.
Guarana and green tea are both common thermogenics found in weight loss supplements, partly because they are fairly effective at revving up the metabolism and burning fat. Garcinia is also used in many weight loss formulas because it is thought to inhibit the conversion of calories to fat. However, the jury is still out on just how effective this substance might be. Chrysin is touted as the “wonder” ingredient of this formula, due to its apparent ability to break down fat. However, there is little clinical evidence to support this theory, and no research is provided on the websites selling this product.
FatStat is reasonably priced, selling for about $20 a bottle at the time of this review. It is unclear whether one bottle equals a one-month supply, since we were unable to find dosing instructions on any website.
- FatStat contains proven thermogenic ingredients like green tea and guarana.
- The product is readily available and reasonably priced.
- FatStat does not appear to contain an effective appetite suppressant.
- The product does not seem to come with a money back guarantee.
- We couldn’t find clinical evidence that chrysin works as promised.
There is no doubt that a thermogenic formula can be effective in assisting with weight loss. However, this formula doesn’t appear to pack a powerful enough punch to have the desired effect. We encourage consumers to look for supplements that combine proven fat burners with appetite suppressant for the best results.